Besides the traditional concept of keyword-driven testing a second concept called Behavior-driven testing (BDT) is widely being used.
Using this approach allows testers to describe test-cases more or less in continuous text and sentences. But the tester needs
to follow a predefined vocabulary at the beginning of the sentence. Test-cases described like this can be more readable
for persons without any knowledge of the test-cases.
Test-cases can be described from a technical perspective (see subsection 23.4.1)
or from a business perspective (see subsection 23.4.2) like in
keyword driven testing.
You find samples for both variants in the following sections.